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The End Result In Mind: Jobs To Be Done

Use the jobs to be done framework to better understand if your product solves a problem for your customers:

Customers “hire” your product to do a job. You might hire a leash to keep your dog close on walks, or hire an umbrella to keep you dry in the rain. These products fulfill a need. It’s less about what you purchase a product to do (I’m going to use this hammer to put a nail in the wall) and more about the result (I’m hiring this hammer to help me put up this piece of art).

When you pivot to think about the end result, the usefulness of an item becomes more clear.

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